Cristina Nanni, Stefano Fanti, Lucia Zanoni.
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Generally CT images associated to a PET scan are acquired in a low-dose modality and therefore turn out to be suboptimal for CT image interpretation. Sometimes a comparison with a full-resolution and contrast- enhanced CT atlas may be difficult. Low-dose CT slices are thicker than diagnostic CT and poorer in anatomical details, and this affects the accuracy in recognizing both anatomical structures and pathological findings. This atlas provides a “normal anatomy” chapter that is built on low-do…